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Olympus has launched what it’s claimed is the world’s smallest digital SLR camera with image stabilisation built into the camera body rather than the lens.

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Olympus' E-620: measures merely 130 x 94 x 60mm

The 12.3Mp E-620 measures 130 x 94 x 60mm and is equipped with a 2.7in tilting/swivelling LCD display. A selection of “Art Filters”, which include "high-grain black" and "high-saturation pop art" are also included.

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Viewing on-screen images should never be a problem

The camera’s illuminated buttons will help you find the correct dial when snapping in the dark, while 29 pre-set image modes and face detection should make your subjects and their surroundings crystal clear. Dust reduction also helps keep unwanted specs at bay.

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Anti-shake and filters are included

Olympus’ E-620 will be available in May for $700 (£480/€545), a price that includes a shoulder strap, battery pack, USB cable and 14-42mm lens. ®

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